India - Passport Violation and Fundamental Rights
Laws instituted after Independence guarantee a hearing to a person accused of being in the country without Indian citizenship, but pre-Independence Acts also exist that give arbitrary powers to the government to deport such a person. Reconciliation is required.
As debates continue in India regarding the utility of laws made during the British Raj, Great Britain itself is in the process of repealing 38 enactments which were legislated between 1849 and 1942 relating to the construction and maintenance of the Indian Railways network during British rule. India needs to take steps too to remove certain redundant laws hampering justice.
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